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PINE KNOT 




Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



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the PINE KNOT 



is published annually by the students 
of Atlantic Christian College, Wilson, 
North Carolina. Here in word and pic- 
ture is life at our college. The staff 
has endeavored to record more than 
just faces and scenes around campus. 
It has attempted to capture and mir- 
ror the vibrant spirit and warm 
fellowship that is A. C. Here are memo- 
ries of classes, organizations, athletics 
and "just fun," in the hope that they 
will serve as a commemoration in the 
future of time gone by in the past. 



atlantic christian college 
wilson, n. c. 



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printed by 

edwards and broughton co., 



raleigh, n. c 





PINE KNOT 



CONTENTS 

the bull dog 

dedication 

board of trustees 

the president 

administration 

faculty 

organizations 

students 

sports 

activities 

advertisements 



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editor-in-chief 


mary hadge 


art editor 


jo ann moore 


student photographer 


barry lamm 


photography editor 


evelyn yionoulis 1 


literary editor 


jeanette sears 


student editor 


cynthia bradley 


sports editor 


mamie davis 


business manager 


mollie hester 



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THE BULLDOG 



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"Let's go, Bulldogs!" is a familiar sound at any^ttjletu^^^involving an Atl anta 
Christian team. In fact, the word Bulldog has becomeVynonyoaMis with A. C 
ever wondered how we acquired this nickname? 

Before 1928 students yelled "Little Christians" whenever they wanted a score. But 
then a man named Marc Anthony took over the coaching of the Christians for two 
years. And in honor of Mr. Anthony, a former football star with the University of 
Georgia Bulldogs, the name Bulldogs was attached to the athletic teams in place of 
Little Christians. 







Since that year the name Bulldogs has be- 
come a traditional symbol here at A.' C. It 
can be heard wherever the teams are playing . . . 
in the gym ... on the baseball diamond ... on 
th>-tennis court . . . always an encouraging yell 
the boysxplaying the game. 

Yet the Bulldog\has wandered off the athletic 
field into the lives of the students. For although 
he is principally an athletic figure, he has be- 
come a symbol, too, of the Atlantic Christian 

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that spirit which makes us a part of 

... a boy wandering across campus 

in arm ... a girl and boy \chatting 



st office/. . . the "stand-ups" in the 

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dining hall . f. the sleepy eyes in 8:00 classes . . . 

the bridge playing after light bell . . . the couples 

in the library . . . the entire spirit of a friendly 

and cooperative campus. 



Many factors are important to a college, some are tangible and some 
are intangible. A college, like an individual, must grow and expand 
spiritually, physically, intellectually, and culturally. Progress then be- 
comes the keynote to a successful existence. The only alternative is to 
regress, to stagnate, to lose sight of the greater fields of endeavor and 
accomplishment. 



The students, the teachers, the friends and alumni of A. C. are eager 
to see our college emerge into a new era of progress. It is the earnest 
hope of all that such progress, conceived in a spirit of loyalty to our 
traditions and co-operation for our future, will create a greater inspira- 
tion to our students, new beauty to our campus, and a wider sphere of 
influence for the Christian spirit that A. C. holds forth. 



The standing of a college in the educational world is important. 
Progress in A. C.'s academic program must go on. Through the years 
many have labored long and patiently to raise the standard of instruc- 
tion, to build the classrooms, to provide a program of vocational guidance 
that would enable A. C. graduates to meet the demands of professional 
preparation and at the same time to enrich the life of each student. But 
no matter how large a college grows, how lofty its buildings, how 
high its certifications, it offers less than nothing if it does not progress 
in the sphere of human relationships. A. C. offers an environment for 
the moral development and spiritual advancement of the individual. 
In the future our college must expand this environment to include an 
understanding of the needs of all men of all creeds. 



Here where the ivy twines over old Kinscy, where the great oaks 
stand strong and steadfast, we must preserve the heritage of our past, 
meet the needs of the present, and prepare for the future. In order 
that it may be a future of greatness for A. C, we hereby dedicate the 
1955 Pine Knot to an idea and an ideal — to Progress, 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

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First rote: Ange, Perry, Hackney, Eagles, Tart, Loftin, Wimberly, Hughey. Second row: 
Ward, Todd, Shackleford, Howard, Roebuck, Braxton, Paschall, Adams. Third row: 
Fulghum, Jarman, Cannon, Brown, Southard, Moudy, White, Tyer, Brinson, Moye, 
Cowell, Allen, Sosebee. 



Term Expiring 1955 

T. J. Hackney, Chairman.... Wilson, N. C. 

G. F. Loftin Kinston, N. C. 

S. L. Roberson Robersonville, N. C. 

Robert E. Jarman Greensboro^ N. C. 

Dr. C. S. Eagles Saratoga, N. C. 

H. Gait Braxton Kinston, N. C. 

Curtis W. Howard Kinston, N. C. 

Jack D. Brinson Arapahoe, N. C. 

J. E. Paschall Wilson, N. C. 

John Proctor.... Greenville, N. C. 

Term Expiring 1956 

Charles Rouse Raleigh, N. C. 

E. Leon Roebuck Washington, N. C. 

M. C. Todd Wendell, N. C. 

L. A. Tart Dunn, N. C. 

C. V. Cannon Ayden, N. C. 

Lawrence Moye Maury, N. C. 

Bowden Warren Newton Grove, N. C. 

A. D. Shackleford Wilson, N. C. 



Ely Perry Kinston, N. C. 

J. W. Sosebee Columbia, S. C. 

John L. Goff Williamston, N. C. 

Ed Brown Wilson, N. C, 

Term Expiring 1957 

Zeb Brinson..... Tarboro, N. C. 

A. W. Ange Winterville, N. C. 

John W. Cowell Bayboro, N. C. 

T. Boddie Ward Wilson, N. C. 

J. Benbow Jones Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Paul C. Southard Stokesdale, N. C. 

C. O. McAfee, Jr Indianapolis, Ind. 

E. J. Wimberly Columbia, N. C. 

George Adams Wilson, N. C. 

Harold Tyer Bath, N. C. 

Representing the Alumni 

Joseph Holliday Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Miles Hughey Raleigh, N. C. 

Burney R. McCotter Raleigh, N. C. 



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Dr. Travis A. White 



the president of 



Atlantic Christian College 



The Student Body: 



Wilson, N. C. 



"We men of earth have here the stuff of paradise," remarked a great American 
writer. We need no other materials than what are right here to "build the stairs 
into the unfulfilled." 

Is this not the task of our years on the campus — building stairs into the unful- 
filled? These wonderful years at Alantic Christian, glorious in themselves, are but 
the workshop in which we construct the stairs into the unfulfilled. The enchantment of 
a great vision and lofty ambition in the days of our youth become the ashes of futility 
in our maturity unless we build well. 

Worthy ambition, adequate preparation, and sincere commitment to life will bring 
the unfulfilled to significant fulfillment. I wish you Godspeed in this great task. 




The key to Dr. White's personality 
and success is revealed in these words 
of his inaugural address given in April, 
1954. "There are times when a man is 
allowed to be a symbol of something 
greater than himself. He may be an 
instrument, a symbol, or a servant, pos- 
sibly a combination . of all three." 

In the hours that he has given of 
himself, of his time, and of his devotion, 
Dr. White has already become more 
than an administrator, more than an 
educator. As the president of Atlantic 
Christian College, he is a symbol of the 
college — of its past tradition of service 
and fellowship, of its ideals, and its 
future aspirations. Our president has 
faith and "hope to dream and will to 
do" — qualities which will make our col- 
lege that "something greater." 

Into Dr. White's hands we commit the 
future of Atlantic Christian College. 
May it be a future strong with accom- 
plishments, built on a foundation of his 
love and service. 








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ADMINISTRATION 



DR. JAMES M. MOUDY 
Academic Dean — Professor of Religion 





MILTON L. ADAMS 
Business Manager — Athletic Director 



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MRS. BETHANY R. JOYNER 
Registrar 



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JAMES E. FULGHUM 
Director of Public Relations 





OFFICE STAFF 



MRS. MARGUERITE GLENDENNIN 
Secretary to President 

MRS. RONALD PERCISE 



MILDRED D. ROSS 
Bookkeeper 

KATHRYN LAMM 
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RUSSELL ARNOLD 
Assistant Professor of Art 
A.B., M.A.C.A., Special Study. 



MRS. JANET T. BOLES 
Instructor in Business 
B.A., Graduate Work. 



C. LYNN BROWN 
Assistant Professor of Music 
B.M., M.M.Ed. 



DR. MILLARD P. BURT 
Professor of Education and Director 

of Band 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

ROBERT G. CAPPS 
Associate Professor of Social Science 
B.S., M.A. 





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EDWARD L. CLOYD, JR. 
Associate Professor of Physical 
Education 
B.A., M.A. 

CHARLES D. COBB 
Assistant Professor of Elementary 
Education 
B.A., MA., Further Study. 



JOHN W. DUNN 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 
B.S., M.A., Graduate Study. 



MRS. DOROTHY D. EAGLES 
Assistant Professor in English 
B.A., M.A., Graduate Study. 

OLA FLEMING 

Librarian 
B.A., M.A. 





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DR. C. H. HAMLIN 
Professor of Social Science 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

DR. MILDRED E. HARTSOCK 
Professor of English 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 



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MRS. DORIS C. HOLSWORTH 
Assistant Professor of English and 
Dramatics 
B.A., M.A., Graduate Work. 



ROBERT P. HOLLAR 
Associate Professor of Science 
B.A., M.A., Graduate Work. 

LYDIA JAMES 
Instructor in Music 
M.F.A. 









MRS. EDNA L. JOHNSTON 
Assistant Professor in English and 
Modern Languages 

BA., MA. 



DR. ESTHER L. LONG 
Professor of Modern Languages 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 



JACK McCOMAS 
Head Coach and Instructor in Physical 

Education 
B.S. 



EDWARD RIDER 
Dean of Men and Assistant Professor 

of Social Science 
B.A., M.A. 



ALLAN R. SHARP 
Associate Professor of Religion 
3.A., B.D. 







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GEORGE HENRY SWAIN MRS. GEORGE H. SWAIN REBECCA TOMLINSOr 

Associate Professor of Business Assistant Professor in Science Assistant Professor of Phy 

IB.S.. M.A., Further Study. B.S., MA., Further Study. Education 

3 B.S., MA. 



J. P. TYNDALL 
Associate Professor of Science 
B.A., M.A., Graduate Study. 



SARAH BAIN WARD 
Dean of Women 
B.A., MA. 



B.S. 



MRS. LYNNE WEJ 
Instructor in Busin 







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ADJUNCTS 






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B.S. 




WILLIAM B. BOLES 
Instructor in Business 



S, G. CHAPPELL 
Professor of Education 
A.B, M.A. 





DR. CLINTON BRADSHAW 
Professor of Religion 
B.Ar, B.D., D.D. 



MRS. VIRGINIA HOUSE 
Instructor in English and Education 
A.B. 



NOEL C. CARR 
Professor of Science 
Semi-retired 
A.B., M.A. 



DR. CECIL A. JARMAN 
Professor of Education and Psychology 
A.B., M.A., B.D., Ph.D. 



DR. PERRY CASE 

Dean Emeritus and Professor of 

Religion and Philosophy 

Semi-retired 

A.B., B.D., A.M., LL.D. 




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ROBERT PERKINS 
Instructor in Organ 
Mus.B. 



MRS. ALLAN SHARP 

Instructor in Math 
A.B., M.R.E. 



GEO. S. WILLARD, JR. 
Professor of Education 
B.A., MA. 



ALBERT R. HOFFMAN 
Buildings and Grounds Superintendent 

MRS. ALBERT R. HOFFMAN 
Dietitian 



STAFF PERSONNEL 



MRS. KELLY BYRUM 
Secretary to Library 



MRS. MARY WILSON 
College Nurse 





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TIONS 




STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 





1. The officers: Elena Lawler, Sec- 
retary; Beverly Cousins, Secretary- 
Elect; James Hemby, President; 
Suzanne Gill, Vice-President; Ken- 
neth Lamm, Treasurer. 

2. Representatives to the National 
Student Association Convention 
held at Duke University talking 
with Miss Ward: Evelyn Yionoulis, 
James Hemby, LeRoy Batts, Ern- 
estine Mozingo. 

3. The Food Committee: Mr. Swain, 
Mr. Rider, Kathryn Cottle, LeRoy 



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The student government of Atlantic 
Christian College is known as the 
Student Co-operative Association of 
which all students and faculty are 
members. The Executive Board, com- 
posed of students and faculty selected 
by the student body together with 
several ex officio members, handles 
the affairs of the association. It has 
long been the pride of the A. C. 
college family that this student- 
faculty government has successfully 
co-operated in maintaining the aca- 
demic, cultural, and religious levels 
upon which our college was founded. 
Shown below are the members of 
the Executive Board: Miss Sarah 
Bain Ward, Kenneth Lamm, Beverly 
Cousins, James Hemby, Suzanne Gill, 
Elena Lawler, Dr. James Moudy, Carl 
Wheeler, Evelyn Yionoulis, Eddie 
Johnson, Kathryn Cottle, LeRoy 
Batts, Darrell Huffman, Mr. Edward 
Rider, Mr. George Swain, Mr. Allan 
Sharp. j . 

Not pictured: David Blackwood, Dr. 
Travis A. White, Ex Officio. 




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Kathryn Cottle President 

Elena Lawler Vice-President 

JoAnn Thomas Secretary 

Margie Blinson Treasurer 

Joan Langston Hall Proctor 

Mollie Moye Hall Proctor 

Emily Adams Hall Proctor 

Nancy Jackson Hall Proctor 

Toni Darden Hall Proctor 

Madeline Albritton -. Hall Proctor 

Helen Faye Todd Hall Proctor 

Margaret Newbern Hall Proctor 

Carolyn Cherry Hall Proctor 

Miss Sarah Bain Ward Dean 

Miss Rebecca Tomlinson Assistant Dean 

Mrs. Marguerite Glendenning Counselor 



COUNCILS 



Mr. Edward Rider Dean 

Don Stanley Sigma Alpha Representative 

Charles Hester Secretary 

Darrell Huffman President 

Ralph Gray Caldwell Hall President 

Donald Cox Caldwell Hall Representative 

Not Pictured: 

Larry McSwain Vice-President 

Charles Hutchins Phi Kappa Alpha Representative 

Don Weaver Phi Delta Gamma Representative 



OFFICERS 

Vivian Muns..... - - - - ----- President 

Peggy Ward. - - Secretary 

Charles Hester - ------ Treasurer 

Peggy Nicholls Worship Chairman 

Eleanor Hatsell and Shirley Parker 

Special Events Chairmen 

Tommy Willis.. Publicity and Drives Chairman 

Helen Whitty — - - Discussion Chairman 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rider Sponsors 



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CHRISTIAN 



ASSOCIATION 




The Student Christian Association on the A.C. campus 
seeks to make religion a part of everyday living. Each 
student upon matriculation at A.C. automatically becomes 
a member of this association. For those students who 
desire to actively participate in S.C.A. activities, an im- 
pressive dedication ceremony is held at which time they 
may dedicate their services. This year there are 75 stu- 
dents holding active membership cards. 

Among the many special events sponsored by the S.C.A. 
this year were Religious Emphasis Week, Youth Week 
Program, World University Service Fund Drive, and Pre- 
Easter Week services. The S.C.A. also sent representa- 
atives to the United Nations Seminar held in New York 
City and to the National Assembly of YMCA's and YWCA's 
held at Lawrence, Kansas. Whether holding vesper serv- 
ices, discussion groups, fun nights, or sponsoring special 
events, the S.C.A. strives to provide a center for religious 
life and to promote Christian fellowship among the A.C. 
college family. 






tELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEI 



Every year at Atlantic Christian College one week 
is devoted with special emphasis on students' growth 
in wisdom, stature, and favor with God and man. 
This is Religious Emphasis Week. 

This year the Reverend Beverly Asbury from the 
Zebulon Baptist Church was the main chapel speaker 
on the week's theme "Man's Search for Himself." 
Every evening the students had the privilege of at- 
tending discussion groups led by the visiting members 
of the REW team. Rev. Asbury led a discussion on 
"The Christian and Public Opinion"; Anne Queen on 
"How Students May Act Effectively in Their College 
Communities"; Al Payne on "What About Miracles"; 
and Harry Smith led a discussion on "Campus Gods 
on Trial." 

Religious Emphasis Week was an inspiration to 
the students on A. C.'s campus, and was concluded 
with an impressive communion and consecration 
service. 





members of the Golden Knot Honor Society are chosen 
for scholarship, character, leadership, and service. A student 
must have attended Atlantic Christian College at least three 
semesters and have an average of 2.00 to be eligible for mem- 
bership. An impressive tapping ceremony is held in the 
spring at which time new members are welcomed into the 
society. Pictured above are: n 

First row: Peggy Ward; Mary Hadge; Jo Ann Moore. 

Second row: Therese Rabil; JoAnn Thomas; Jerry Ball; Callie 
Proctor; ^eggy Nicholls. 

Third row: James Hemby; Kenneth Lamm; Mr. John Dunn; 
Suzanne Gill; Richard Ziglarj.Dr. Mildred Hartsock. 

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Not picfured: Jim Burnette; Paul Crouch. 






1. Mary Hadge Editor 

2. Jo Ann Moore Art Editor 

3. Mollie Hester Business Manager 

Editorial Advisor Mr. Russell Arnold 

Business Advisor Dr. Mildred Hartsock 



We, the staff of the 1955 Pine Knot, have 
worked long and hard on the task of preparing a 
yearbook which would give a descriptive picture 
of A.C. campus life. We have dogged your footsteps 
in order to obtain the correct information about 
your organizational activities; we have followed 
in your shadows in order to capture on film your 
most formal and casual moments. We have lost 
sleep and weight, neglected friends and studies in 
order to retire to the art department or staff 
chamber in upstairs Kinsey in consultation con- 
cerning layouts, photography, copy material; we 
have spent hectic days chasing down prospective 
advertisers, collecting money, balancing the budget 
— all in the hope of meeting a deadline and giving 
to the student body a book worthy of A.C. The 
work has been long and exacting, demanding and 
rewarding, full of fun and struggle. Yet we hope 
that you will find in the 1955 Pine Knot a con- 
crete example of our labors in your behalf and a 
source of continued pleasure in your later years 
away from campus life. 



rated: Mollie Hester; Mary Hadge; Cynthia Bradley; Jo Ann Moore. 
anding: Charles Waller; Mamie Davis; Kenneth Rouse; Shirley Parker; 
/elyn Yionoulis. 
3t pictured: Dale Gainey; LeRoy Holley; Barry Lamm; Jeanette Sears. 




ZrGLAR AND WTGGSHEAD 
1954-55 COLLEGIATE 

ERNESTINE AND DOT MOZINGO 
SERVE AS ASSISTANTS, 
EAGLES AND SWAIN ADVISE 

Richard Ziglar, who serves asj and is drum major of the band, 
editor of the 1954-55 Collegiate] Last year he was the recipient 
is a junior majoring in both of the Waters Cup, awarded for 
religion and English. During his outstanding religious work on 
three years here at A. C, Rich-J the campus, 
ard has been active in SCA work! 



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ERNESTINE 

MOZINGO 

Associate editor Ernestine Mo- 
[zingo is a junior majoring in 
[English. Her activities include 
the Future Teachers Associa- 
tion, Hesperian Club, and Wom- 
en's Athletic Association. She 
is a member of Delta Sigma 
sorority and was winner of the 
Denny Essay Cup in 1954. 




Dr. White, our genial president, 
:ame to us from Lubbock, Texas, 
le has his vices . . . loves a good 
:up of coffee, a day in the coun- 



DEDICATIONS 

The Collegiate has followed 
the policy of dedicating each 
issue this year. The first semes- 
ter issues were dedicated to the 
entering freshmen, the Pine 
Knot Queen, Mollie Hester, and 
more recently, the basketball 
team. Perhaps the most im- 
portant dedication was to the 
staff itself on the 25th anni- 
versary of the Collegiate. 



SOCIAL 

ACTIVITIES 

The first party of the staff was 
held at the home of Mrs. Eagles, 
editorial adv:.sor, who served 
the members at a dinner meet- 
ing. At Christmas, the staff met 
at Parker's for a supper meeting. 
At this time, Mrs. Eagles pre- 
sented gifts to the members. 



Expanded interest shown in re- 
cent years in our Music De- 
partment, both as a cultural 
instrument for college and com- 
munity and as an educational 
medium for Teacher training, is 
indicated on these two pages. 
The music faculty is versatile 
and positive in the training of 




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ASHTON WIGGS 

Ashton Wiggs, a senior, is a 
business major and manages the 
business affairs of the Collegiate. 
Ashton is active in the Veterans' 
Club and Business Club. He is 
from Pine Level and is a mem- 
ber of Phi Kappa Alpha fratern- 
ity^ — . 



Whether carefully despensing 
the fund for student activities 
or handling serious disciplinary 
problems, our Student-faculty 
government is always demo- 
cratic and effective. Eleven stu- 
dents and six faculty members 
make up the Executive Board of 
the Student Co-oneration As<sr>- 



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WIVERSARY 

rhis year marked the twenty-fifth year of publication of the Collegiate. The anniversary 
observed by a special anniversary edition in February. Mr. C. C. Ware, an archivist in 
Disciples Church, compiled a history of the student newspaper and presented bound copies 
ill the past editions to the staff. 



>A CONVENTION 



[n December Ernestine Mozingo represented the Collegiate at the College Editor's Division 
:he National Student Association Convention held at Duke University. Richard Ziglar, the 
or, was unable to attend. 

These, and the other activities of the staff, have shown that the job of putting a newspaper 
;ther can be enjoyable. There has to be co-operation and mutual interest in presenting the 
's of the students to the students. 



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E ADVISORS 

s. Dorothy Eagles of the 
sh department and Mr. 
ge Swain of the business 
rtment serve as advisors of 
Collegiate this year. It is 
who help the respective 
; in preparing the issues, 
other members of the staff 



include Georgia Tuck, Sue Fos- 
ter, Phil Houchins, Helen Whit- 
ty, Connor Jones, Lorraine 
"Evans, Tommie Williamson, 
Martha Fuller, Barry Lamm, 
Eunice Godwin, Edith Brad- 
shaw, Rayito Novas, Nancy Jac- 
son, Tommy Willis, Larry Kluge, 
Margaret Newbern, Betsy Ever- 
ette, and Ruby Wiggins. 




ocal and instrumental com 
:y. Facilities are steadily 
expanded and perfected ( in 
building to be completed 
100I year saw another step 



youth and a desire to share in 
their training, a way of just 
growing into our lives by mere 
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DOT MOZINGO 

Dot Mozingo, assistant busi- 
ness manager and club editor, is 
a sophomore transfer from 
Woman's College in Greensboro. 
She is active in the Future 
Teachers Club and plans to teach 
upon graduation. Dot is a mem- 
ber of Sigma Tau Chi sorority. 



given new and larger quarters). 
Other pictures on these pages 
illustrate a few of the fine groups 
performing under the direct guid- 
ance of the Music Department. 
To quote from the Wilson Daily 
Times: "The coIIppp'?; mi^in Hp- 



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STAGE and 



Officers : President, Paul Crouch; Vice- 
President- Peggy Nicholls; Secretary, 
Sarah Alice Harris; Treasurer, Tom- 
mie Williamson; Faculty Sponsor, 
Mrs. Doris C. Holsworth. 
Key Members: Paul Crouch, Peggy 
Nicholls. 

Letter Members: Jimmie Burnette, Paul 
Crouch, James Hemby, Darrell Huff- 
man, Joe Killingsworth, Jo Ann Moore, 
Peggy Nicholls, Ruby Wiggins, Evelyn 
Yionoulis, Richard Ziglar. 

Stage and Script is the dramatic 
organization on campus and is under 
the direction of Mrs. Doris C. Holsworth. 



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Membership in the club is open to all 
interested students and offers a variety 
of theater opportunities as back-stage 
work, house-management, make-up, di- 
recting, publicity, lighting, costuming, 
as well as acting. Members participate 
in such special programs as Religious 
Emphasis Week, Stunt Night, the annual 
Christmas Pageant, and present "sneak 
previews" of forthcoming plays in 
chapel. The club also helps to sponsor 
the Eastern Carolina Dramatic Festival. 
The first production of the college year 
was the two-act play, The Crucible, by 
Arthur Miller which is presented by 
means of pictures on these pages. 





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HESPERIAN CLUB 



MEMBERS: Polly Stephenson, Secretary; Kenneth Thomas, 
President; Ellen Dennis; Evelyn Yionoulis; Dr. Mildred 
Hartsock, Sponsor; Louise Hutchins; Mrs. Doris Holsworth, 
Sponsor; Bobby Bennett. 

Not pictured: Albert Alexander; Doris Alexander; Junior 
.Edwards; Eugene Godwin; Ernestine Mozingo; Shirltfy 
Parker; Jeanette Sears; R. L. Stott; Bonney Wilson, Vice- 
President; J. C. Winstead. 




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BAND 




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The Atlantic Christian College Band continues 
to flourish under the leadership of Dr. Millard Burt. 
Additions have been made since the band has been 
under his baton. During his first year on campus 
he stirred a spark of enthusiasm within the students 
and developed a band. Now the band is growing. 
Its numbers have increased; more instruments have 
been acquired; parade flags have been provided: 
eight new uniforms and a d,rum major suit have 
been given by the alumni; and an assistant band 
director was added to the staff. The first appearance 
of the Marching Band was made on November 19 
in the Homecoming Parade when fifty bandsmen, 
clothed in uniforms of gray and blue, proudly 
marched down Nash Street. "Jingle Bells," "Deck 
the Halls," and "Joy to the World" rang out as the 
A. C. Band led the annual Wilson Christmas Parade. 
During the college year the band has given concerts 
and made numerous appearances before the students 
and general public. 



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Under the direction of Mr. Lynn 
Brown and Miss Lydia Ja mes, the 

given us a variety of musical programs. 
At Christmas, assisted by the members 
at the drama department, the mixed 
chorus presented a program of Medieval 
music in Howard Chapel. Also the story 

i^^^^^B^UiiiiipBrivas carried»aiifcB^bp 

means of words, music, and art when 

the music and art departments ap- 

^Agared on WNCT-TV-_£iliiifiiUll^^fi& 

December 13. 

On the opposite page are pictured 
Mr._ Brown and Miss James. On this 
page at bottom are the forty-seven 
members of the mixed chorus and to 
the right two groups of student en- 

■^imTJIK^V^Sre quite prouifr^J^TJW 
music department and the work it is 
doing through these various groups in 

■■■gWHfg'W l!iy student body and com 
munity a variety of musical entertain- 
ment. 





First row: 
Darrell Huffman 

Commander 
Ashton Wiggs 

Vice-Commander 
Arthur Dail 
Second row: 
Don Edwards 
Vitus Bradshaw 

Chaplain 
Luther Crady 
Mr. George Swain 

Sponsor 
Third row: 
James Hill 
Lamar Phipps 
Bryan Morris 
Hal Stilley 
Not pictured: 
Tommy Rhodes 
Warren Goff 
Bobby Bennett 
John Rich 
Bill Leegins 
Harrell Parker 
Jolly Thomas 
Rich Little 



VETERANS' CLUB 



CHAPEL COMMITTEE 




James Hemby 
Peggy Nicholls 
Dr. James Moudy 
Dr. Millard Burt 



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CONCERT COMMITTEE 



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mrs. edna Johnston 
ernestine mozingo 
kay gupton 
callie proctor 
mrs. doris holsworth 
mr. lynn brown 



not pictured 



peggy ward 



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SOCIAL COMMITTEE 









mrs. marguerite glendennir 

miss sarah bain ward 

mr. j. p. tyndall 

Claude fulghum 

ellen dennis 

madeline albritton 

don shackelford 

y< not pictur 

mr. John dunn 

mr. milton adams 




SCIENCE CLUB 




First row: Ruby Wiggins, Pre 
gram Chairman; Emily Adams, 
Secretary; Joan Langston, 
Treasurer; Ernestine Mozingo, 
Publicity Chairman. Second 
row: Mr. Noel Carr, Sponsor; 
Joan Kelly, Vice-President; 
Elaine Godwin, President; Dr. 
Millard Burt, Sponsor. Not 
pictured: Mr. Charles Cobb, 
Sponsor. 




Members: Ann Beamon; 
Srace Cox; Ellie Ruth 
Harrell, Treasurer; Mary 
Bradley; Marian Simon; 
\nn Smith; Ruby Lang- 
ey ; Beverly Cousins, Sec- 
•etary; Therese Rabil, 
Reporter. Not pictured: 
Virginia Aiken; Jean 
Craft; Mary Ellen Cor- 
bett; Arthur Dail, Presi- 
dent; Janet Davis; Joyce 
Duvall; Judy Finch; Earl 
Hughes; Annette Ingram; 
Phyllis Johnson; Judy 
Lane; Pat Langston; Bill 
Massengill; Marian Tay- 
lor; Lynette Tew; Mar- 
orie Trott; Don Viver- 
;tte; Mrs. Lynne West, 
Sponsor; Carl Wheeler; 
Ashton Wiggs, Vice-Pres- 
dent. 




BUSINESS CLUB 



SIGMA PI ALPHA 



Active Members: Dr. 
Ester Long, Sponsor; 
Therese Rabil, Secre- 
tary; Joe Bulla, Presi- 
dent; Connie Davis, Vice- 
President; Georgia Tuck; 
Gladys Cobb; Mary El- 
len Corbett; Judy Creek- 
more; Sylvia Allsbrook; 
Irma Best; Catherine 
Butt; Linda Lee; Lyn- 
wood Langley; Mary 
Hadge; Peggy Winstead; 
Vera Weathersby; Billy 
Weathersby; JoAnn 
Thomas; Betty Jones; 
Magnolia Duckworth. 
Not pictured: Hilda 
Brown; David Black- 
wood; Pat Davis, Treas- 
urer; Betty Jean Daugh- 
erty; Billy Farmer; Mary 
Eva Griffin; Mrs. Edna 
Johnston; Jessie Kelly; 
Jo Ann Moore; Peggy 
Nicholls; Joan Turner- 
Carolyn Tice; Stanley 
Walker; Richard Ziglar- 
Uverne Batten. 






The six Greek letter organizations on campus play an 
important part in the lives of Atlantic Christian College 
students. The purpose of the Pan-Hellenic Council is to 
serve as a governing board fostering good will among 
these fraternities and sororities. The council is composed 
of representatives from each of these organizations. Shown 
at left are: Jack Harris, Vice-President, Phi Delta Gamma; 
Therese Rabil, Treasurer, Sigma Tau Chi; Zeb Whitehurst, 
President, Phi Kappa Alpha; Callie Proctor, Secretary, 
Sigma Tau Chi; Joan Kelly, Delta Sigma; Jean Johnson, 
Delta Sigma; Sammy Pridgen, Sigma Alpha; Libby Rumple, 
Phi Sigma Tau; Mr. Edward Cloyd, Sponsor; James Davis, 
Sigma Alpha; Bruce Herndon, Phi Delta Gamma; Dicky 
Hathaway, Phi Kappa Alpha. 

Not pictured: Peggy Nicholls, Phi Sigma Tau. 



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PHI KAPPA ALPHA 





First row: Ralph Kennedy; Billy Smith; Jimmy Harris; Perry Moore. Second row: 
Tommie Williamson; Dick Holleman; Marshall Newbern. Third row: Dicky Hathaway; 
Charles Hutchins; Pete Tyson; J. C. Winstead. Fourth row: Claude Fulghum; James 
Hemby; Decatur Beacham; Dusty Rhodes. Not pictured: Carroll Kennedy, President; 
Eddie Johnson, Vice-President; Hughes Dillard, Secretary; LeRoy Batts, Treasurer; 
Mr. Lynn Brown. Sponsor; Mr. John Dunn, Sponsor; Mr. J. P. Tyndall, Sponsor; 
Lester Bissette; Vernon Bryan; H. C. Hilliard; Darrell Huffman; Herbert Pierce; Joe 
Bill Richardson; Gene Underwood; Harold Warren; Billy Weathersby; Carl Wheeler; 
Ashton Wiggs. 




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SIGMA TAU CHI 





First row: Lou Jean Burkhalter; JoAnne Crumpler, Corresponding Secretary; Peggy 
Ward; Therese Rabil. Second row : Jo Ann Moore; Callie Proctor, President; Mary 
Lou Lee, Vice-President; Madeline Albritton, Secretary; Mrs. Lynne West, Sponsor; 
Harriett Corlette, Treasurer. Third row ■ Mrs. Marguerite Glendenning, Honorary 
Member; Rachel Albritton; Elena Lawler, Reporter; Joan Edwards; Sybil Ellis; Lovia 
Creech. 

Not pictured: Mrs. Robert Capps, Sponsor; Miss Rebecca Tomlinson, Sponsor; Gloria 
Bass; Ann Edwards; Eleanor HatseU, Chaplain; Pat Davis; Shirlev Bunn; Elizabeth 
Elliott. 



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First row . Melvin Woodard; Mr. Robert Capps, Sponsor; Don Weaver; Bernard 
Stephenson; Robert Overcash; Don Shackelford. Second row: Rupert Hamilton; Jack 
Harris. President; Alois Wrlliams; Dennis Nichols, Vice-President; William Stott; 
Joe Killingsworth, Treasurer; Jim Burnette, Secretary. 

Not pictured: Mr. Allan Sharp. Sponsor; Paul Crouch; Arthur Dail. 



PHI DELTA GAMMA 




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First row : Dorothy Newman; Pauline Salter, Corresponding Secretary; Elaine 
Godwin; Laverne Batten. Second rou>: Joan Kelly, President; Margie Blinson, 
Secretary; Emily Adams; Jean Johnson, Reporter. Third row: Mrs. Albert Hoffman, 
Sponsor; Dolores Weaver; Carolyn Cherry, Chaplain; Joan Langston, Historian; 
Ernestine Mozingo; Mrs. George Swain, Sponsor; Annie Grey Johnson. Not pictured; 
Jackie Vicke; Doris Alexander; Faye Watson, Vice-President; Kathryn Cottle, 
Treasurer; Pauline Stephenson; Helen Whitty. 



DELTA SIGMA 





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SIGMA ALPHA 



First row: John Marley; Earl Hughes, Treasurer; Sammy Pridgen, President; Jimmy 
Williams; James Davis; Bill Williams. Second rou> . Phil Houchins, Billy Widgeon; 
Charles Hester, Vice-President; Ben Rhodes. 

Not pictured: Lewis Spencer, Secretary; Dr. Millard Burt. Sponsor; Mr. Jack 
McComas, Sponsor; Jack Ahern; Buddy Aldridge; Bill Beacham; Jim Hebbe; Buck 
Massey; Jim Peebles; Bill Price. 




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PHI SIGMA TAU 



First row: Edith Mclnyre; Judy Creekmore; Vivian Muns, Secretary; Libby Rumple. 
Second row: Mrs. Doris Holsworth, Sponsor; Peggy Nicholls. President; Mamie Davis, 
Vice-President; Jerry Ball, Treasurer; Sarah Alice Harris. Reporter; Shirley House, 
Chaplain; Mary Hadge. Third roui . Suzanne Gill; Betty Jean Trott, Corresponding 
Secretary; Carolyn Tice; JoAnn Thomas; Evelyn Yionoulis, Historian. 

Not pictured: Mollie Hester; Mickey Raynor; June Massey; Shirley Parker; -Edythe 
Fuller; Mrs. Edward Rider, Sponsor. 




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6. jo ann moore 

7. peggy nicholls 

8. peggy ward 




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Dolores Weaver Secretary 

Bill Price Treasurer 

Eddie Johnson President 

not pictured 
James Hebbe Vice-President 

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Suzanne Gill Chief 

Connie Davis 

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EMILY DE ADAMS 
La Grange 
Transfer Meredith College; 
S.C.A. 3; F.T.A. 3. 4, Secre- 
tary 4; Delta Sigma 3, 4, 
Reporter 4; Dormitory 
Council 4. 

Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion. 



MADELINE ALBRITTON 

Snow Hill 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Team 
Captain 1, 3; W.A.A. 1, 3; 
F.T.A. 2, 3; Sigma Tau Chi 
2, 3, Secretary 3; Social 
Committee 3 ; Secretary 
Junior Class. 
Major: Primary Education. 





ALBERT W. ALEXANDER 

Plymouth 
Sigma Alpha 2; S.C.A. 3; 
Veterans Club 3; Vice-Pres- 
ident Caldwell Hall 3; 
Hesperian Club 3, 4, Sec- 
retary 4. 
Major: Social Science. 



DORIS T. ALEXANDER 
Kinston 
S.C.A. 2, 3; Delta Sigma 
2, 3, 4; Hesperian Club 3, 4, 
Secretary 3, President 4. 
Major: English. 




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JOSEPH T. BULLA 
Fayetteville 
Transfer Presbyterian Jun- 
ior College; Phi Delta 
Gamma 3, 4; Intramurals 
3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 3, 4, 
Vice-President 3, President 
4; F.T.A. 4. 
Major: English and French. 



LOU J. BURKHALTER 
Nashville 
Transfer Meredith College; 
Sigma Tau Chi 3, 4; Sigma 
Pi Alpha 3, 4; Women's 
Ensemble 3, 4; Mixed En- 
semble 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 
3, 4; Stage and Script 3, 4. 
Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion. 










MARY ETTA BYNUM 
Kinston 
Transfer Flora Macdonald 
College; W.A.A. 2; Science 
Club 2, 3; Dormitory Coun- 
cil 3; F.T.A. 4; Collegiate 
Staff 4. 
Major: Business Education. 



KATHRYN J. COTTLE 
Rose Hill 
Transfer Meredith College; 
Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Delta 
Sigma 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; 
President Dormitory Coun- 
cil 4; S.C.A. 4. 
Major: Primary Education. 





PAUL H. CROUCH 
Aiken, S. C. 
Men's Sextet 1, 2; Mixed 
Ensemble 1, 2, 3; Mixed 
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Soloist 2, 3, 
4; Stage and Script 1, 2, 
3, 4, Vice-President 3, Stu- 
dent Director 3, President 
4; Phi Delta Gamma 3, 4, 
Reporter 3, Historian 3; 
Golden Knot 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 4. 
Major: English. 



MICHAEL CUDSE 
Wilson 
Major: Social Science and 
Business Administration. 





ARTHUR MILTON DAIL 

Mount Olive 
Veterans Club 3, 4, Com- 
mander 3; Business Club 
3, 4, President 4. 
Major: Business Adminis- 
tration. 




W. M. DAUGHTRIDGE, III 

Rocky Mount 
Major: Social Studies. 




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CONNIE BERYL DAVIS 

Wilson 
W.A.A. 1, 2; Class Marshal 
3; Sigma Pi Alpha 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4; F.T.A. 4. 
Major: Foreign Languages. 



PAT BURGESS DAVIS 

Rocky Mount 

Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2, 3; 

Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3; F.TA. 

3. 

Major: English and Social 
Studies. 





FRANCES EDMUNDSON 

Wilson 
Major: Primary Education. 



ELIZABETH B. ELLIOTT 

La Grange 
S.CA. 1, 2, 3; Sigma Tau 
Chi 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2; 
F.TA. 4. 
Major: Primary Education. 





BETSY ANN EVERETTE 

Battleboro 
Transfer Louisburg Col- 
lege; W.A.A. 3, 4; Science 
Club 4; F.T.A. 4; Intra- 
murals 4; Collegiate Busi- 
ness Staff 4. 
Major: Physical Education. 



HORACE S. GARRIS 
Engelhard 
Major: Social Studies. 



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ANNA JANE GAUSS 

Wilson 

Major: English Literature. 



SUZANNE GILL 
Wilson 
Concert Committee 2, 3; 
Phi Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4; 
Golden Knot 2, 3, 4; F.TA. 
3; Chief Marshal 3; Home- 
coming Queen 3; Student 
Co-operative Association 3, 
4, Treasurer 3, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Business Club 4; 
Who's Who 4. 
Major: Business Education. 






MARGUERITE 

GLENDENNING 
Devol, Okla. 
Transfer Texas Technolog- 
ical College; Honorary 
Member Sigma Tau Chi 
3, 4; Counselor Women's 
Dormitory Council 3, 4; 
Social Committee 3, 4; Sec- 
retary to President 3, 4. 
Major: Social Science. 



JAMES MARTIN HEBBE 

Wilson 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; "A" 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha 
2, 3, 4. 
Major: Social Studies. 







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JAMES B. HEMBY, JR. 
Ayden 
Transfer U.N.C.; Hesperian 
Club 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 
2, 3; Men's Ensemble 2; 
Collegiate Staff 2, 3, Editor 
3; S.CA. 2, 3, 4; Stage and 
Script 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa 
Alpha 2, 3, 4; Class Mar- 
shal 3; Golden Knot 3, 4; 
Student Co-operative Asso- 
ciation 4, President 4; 
Who's Who 4. 
Major: English and Re- 
ligion. 



MOLLIE V. HESTER 
Greenville 
Transfer East Carolina Col- 
lege; Cheerleader 2, 3; 
Women's Ensemble 2, 3; 
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; 
WAA. 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma 
Tau 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3; 
S.CA. 2, 3, 4; Stage and 
Script 2, 3, 4; Sigma Pi 
Alpha 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 
2, 3, 4, Team Captain 2; 
Social Committee 3; As- 
sistant Business Manager 
Pine Knot 3, Business Man- 
ager 4; Pine Knot Queen 4. 
Major: Religion and Eng- 
lish. 





LOUISE G. HUTCHINS 
Belews Creek 
Transfer Greensboro Col- 
lege; Band 4; Stage and 
Script 4; F.T.A. 4; Hes- 
perian Club 4. 
Major: Music and Social 
Studies. 



ANNIE GREY JOHNSON 

Benson 
W.A.A. 1, 2; S.C.A. 1, 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Stage and 
Script 3, 4; Business Club 
3, 4; Delta Sigma 4. 
Major: Business. 





EDWIN M. JOHNSON 

Raleigh 

Basketball 1, 2, 3; "A" Club 

1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treas- 
urer 2; Social Committee 2; 
Vice-President Sophomore 
Class; Phi Kappa Alpha 

2, 3, 4, House President 3, 
Treasurer 4; F.T.A. 3; Pres- 
ident Junior Class; Business 
Club 4; Physical Education 
Club 4; President Senior 
Class. 

Major: Business. 



JOAN KELLY 
Cameron 
S.C.A. 1, W.A.A. 1, 2; Col- 
legiate Staff 1, 2; Science 
Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 

1, President 2; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 
District Vice-President 2, 
Vice-President 3; Dormi- 
tory Council 2; Delta Sigma 

2, 3, President 3; Pan Hel- 
lenic Council 3; Who's 
Who 3. 

Major: Science. 





KENNETH C. KENNEDY 

Goldsboro 
President Caldwell Hall 2; 
Dormitory Council 3; Phi 
Kappa Alpha 3, 4. 
Major: Science. 



RALPH J. KENNEDY 
Wilson 
Pine Knot Staff 2; Phi 
Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Mixed 
Ensemble 3; Social Com- 
mittee 3; Phys. Ed. Club 3, 
4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Treasurer 
Junior Class. 
Major: Physical Education. 




JOHN D. KERNODLE 
Benson 
Transfer Campbell Junior 
College; Baseball 3, 4; "A" 
Club 4; Phys. Ed. Club 4. 
Major: Physical Education. 



JAMES THOMAS LAMM 

Wilson 
Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion. 



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KENNETH R. LAMM 
Wilson 
Rotary Scholarship Trophy 
2; Class Marshal 2; Golden 
Knot 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa 
Alpha 2, 3, 4; Science Club 
3, 4; Student Co-operative 
Association 4, Treasurer 4; 
Who's Who 4. 
Major: Science. 



JOYCE JACKSON LANE 

Rocky Mount 
Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion. 





JANIE LANGLEY 
Nashville 
Girl's Sextet 1; S.CA. 1; 
Stage and Script 1,2; Mixed 
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra- 
murals 2; Women's Ensem- 
ble 2, 3, 4; Mixed Ensemble 
2, 3, 4. 

Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion. 



JOAN LANGSTON 
Four Oaks 
Pine Knot Staff 1; WAA. 
1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; 
Delta Sigma 2, 3, Historian 
3; F.TA. 3. 

Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion. 




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ELENA LAWLER 
Long Beach, Calif. 
S.C.A. 3; Literary Editor 
Pine Knot 3; Band 3, 4; 
F.TA. 3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 
3, 4; Sigma Tau Chi 3, 4, 
Reporter 4; Dormitory 
Council 3, 4, Secretary- 
Treasurer 3, Vice-President 
4; Treasurer Junior Class: 
Secretary Student Co-op- 
erative Association 4; Col- 
legiate Staff 4; Who's Who 
4. 

Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion. 



OFFIE R. LOCKEMY 
Henderson 
Transfer East Carolina Col- 
lege; Baseball 3, 4; Cald- 
well Hall Intramural Coach 
3, 4; "A" Club 4. 
Major: Business Adminis- 
tration. 









JESSIE W. McATEER ALICE LUCILLE McLAMB 

Gastonia Clinton 

Science Club 3; S.CA. 3, 4. Major: English and Social 

Major: Social Science. Science. 




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JEANIE McLAWHON 
Vanceboro 
Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion. 



EUGENE S. MASSEY 
Zebulon 
Transfer Campbell College; 
Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 3; Intramurals 3, 4. 
Major: Social Studies. 



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JO ANN MOORE 
Greensboro 
S.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Sigma Pi 
Alpha 1, 2, 3; Stage and 
Script 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 2; Pine Knot 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Art Editor 1, 2, 4, Editor 3; 
Golden Knot 2, 3, 4; Sigma 
Tau Chi 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 
Reporter 3; Collegiate Staff 
3, Page Editor 3; Who's 
Who 4. 
Major: Art and English. 



MARGARET E. NEWBERN 

Elizabeth City 
Transfer East Carolina Col- 
lege; W.A.A. 3; Dormitory 
Council 3, 4; Pine Knot 
Staff 3; Collegiate Staff 4; 
F.T.A. 4; Stage and Script 4. 
Major: Art and Elementary 
Education. 



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PEGGY R. NICHOLLS 
Greenville 
W.A.A. 1, 2; S.C.A. 1, 2, 
3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Vocal Ensembles 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Stage and Script 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4; Phi Sig- 
ma Tau 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, 
President 4; Golden Knot 

2, 3, 4; Chapel Committee 

3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 3, 4; 
Pan Hellenic Council 4; 
Who's Who 4. 

Major: English and Re- 
ligion. 



RUBY OTTIMO 
Lucama 
Major: Business. 





OBIE LEVI PARKER 
Sims 
Science Club 3, 4. 
Major: Science. 



JAMES T. PEEBLES 
Raleigh 
Baseball 1; Pan Hellenic 
Council 1, 2, 3, President 2; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cap- 
tain 2, 3; Social Committee 
2 ,3; Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 2, Secretary 
3; "A" Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 2, Secretary 3; 
President Student Co-op- 
erative Association 3. 
Major: Social Studies. 





RONALD ROY PERCISE 

Wilson 
Transfer Campbell College; 
Basketball 3, 4, Co-Captain 
4; Baseball 3, 4, Captain 3, 
All Conference 3 ; President 
"A" Club 4; Band 4. 
Major: Physical Education. 



BILL J. PRICE 
Shelbyville, Ind. 
Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 
1, 2, 3; "A" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Intramural Director 4; 
Treasurer Senior Class. 
Major: Mathematics. 



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SAMUEL W. PRIDGEN 

Elm City 

Junior Varsity Basketball 

1, 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2, 
3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Manager 4; Sigma Alpha 

2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Vice- 
President 3, Secretary 3, 
President 4; Pan Hellenic 
Council 3, 4. 

Major: Mathematics. 



CALLIE M. PROCTOR 
Stantonsburg 
Secretary Freshman Class; 
Mixed Chorus 1; W.A.A. 
1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
Team Captain 2; Sigma Tau 
Chi 2, 3, President 3; 
Golden Knot 2, 3; Concert 
Committee 3; Pan Hellenic 
Council 3, Secretary 3; 
F.TA. 3. 



Major: 
tion. 



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LILLIAN T. RABIL 
Wilson 
Pine Knot Staff 1, 2, As- 
sistant Editor 2; Class Mar- 
shal 1, 2; WAA. 1, 2, 3 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 
Treasurer Sophomore Class 
Golden Knot 2, 3, 4; Sigma 
Tau Chi 2, 3, 4, President 3: 
F.TA. 2, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 
3, 4, Secretary 4; Business 
Manager Collegiate 3; Pan 
Hellenic Council 3, 4, Sec- 
retary 4; Business Club 4, 
Reporter 4. 
Major: Business Education. 



D. P. SHACKELFORD 
Fremont 
Phi Delta Gamma 2, 3, 
Chaplain 3; F.TA. 4; Chair- 
man Social Committee 4. 
Major: Social Science. 





WILBUR E. SMITH, JR. 

Elm City 
Basketball 1; Chorus 1, 2, 
3, 4; Phi Kappa Aloha 
2, 3, 4; Stage and Script 4. 
Major: Social Science and 
English. 



KAY J. SPRUILL 
Nashville 
Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion. 



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DONALD E. STANLEY 
Winston-Salem 
President Freshman Class; 
Intramurals 1, 2; Sigma 
Alpha 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2; 
Dormitory Council 3, Presi- 
dent 3. 

Major: Business Adminis- 
tration. 



PAULINE STEPHENSON 

Willow Springs 
S. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed 
Chorusl,2,3,4;F.TA. 2,3; 
Stage and Script 2, 3, 4; 
Delta Sigma 3,4; Hesperian 
Club 3, 4. 



Major: 
lish. 



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ANN WEBB STOKES 
Wilson 
Transfer East Carolina Col- 
lege; F.TA. 2, 3, Vice-Presi- 
dent Northeastern District 
2, Secretary 3; Phi Sigma 
Tau 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 
Historian 3. 
Major: English. 



PATSY ANN THARP 
Hampton, Va. 
Transfer Wilmington Col- 
lege; Science Club 3, 4, 
F.TA. 4; Collegiate Busi- 
ness Staff 4. 
Major: English 





LLOYD E. VICK 
Stantonsburg 
Major: Social Science 



PEGGY J. WARD 
Rocky Mount 
Treasurer Freshman Class; 
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Class 
Marshal 1, 2, 3; S.C.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Sec- 
retary 3; Concert Commit- 
tee 2; Band 2, 3; Sigma Tau 
Chi 2, 3; Golden Knot 2, 3; 
Chapel Organist 3; Who's 
Who 4. 
Major: Music. 



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FAYE WATSON 
Lucama 
Delta Sigma 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 3, Vice-President 4; 
S.CA. 2, 3, 4; F.TA. 3, 4; 
Pan Hellenic Council 4; 
Dormitory Council 4. 
Major: Primary Education. 



DOLORES BEST WEAVER 

Wilson 
S.CA. 1; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 2, President 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Team 
Captain 4; Secretary Sopho- 
more Class; Delta Sigma 

2, 3, 4, Corresponding Sec- 
retary 2, President 3; Treas- 
urer Dormitory Council 3; 
F.TA. 3; Pan Hellenic 
Council 3; Business Club 

3, 4; Secretary Senior Class. 
Major: Business. 





WILLIAM D. WEAVER 
Four Oaks 
Transfer East Carolina Col- 
lege; Phi Delta Gamma 

2, 3, 4, House President 

3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 
Stage and Script 2, 3, 4; 
S.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 

2, 3, 4; Dormitory Council 

3, 4. 

Major: Religion. 



PATRICIA ANNE WHITE 

Tarboro 
Transfer East Carolina Col- 
lege; Secretary Junior 
Class; W.A.A. 3; F.TA. 
3, 4; Science Club 4. 
Major: Primary Education. 




ZEB WHITEHURST 
Farmville 
Hesperian Club 2, 3; Phi 
Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4, Treas- 
urer 3, President 4; Pan 
Hellenic Council 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 4. 
Major: Social Science. 



HELEN ERLENE WHITTY 

New Bern 
Transfer W.C.U.N.C.;F.T.A. 
3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; 
S.C.A. 3, 4, Cabinet 4; Col- 
legiate Staff 4; Delta Sigma 
4. 

Major: Primary Education. 




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ASHTON P. WIGGS 
Pine Level 
Phi Kappa Alpha 3,4; Busi- 
ness Club 3, 4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Veterans Club 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4; Business 
Manager Collegiate 4. 
Major: Business. 



MARTHA C. WILLIAMS 
Rocky Mount 
Major: Elementary Educa- 
tion. 





BONNEY WILSON 

Smithfield 

Hesperian Club 3, 4; F.TA. 

3, 4; Stage and Script 3, 4. 

Major: English. 



CHARLES F. WILSON 
Selma 
Major: Science. 




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PEGGY WINSTEAD NORWOOD WORLEY 

Wilson Smithfield 

Sigma Pi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Major: Mathematics. 
Women's Ensemble 2, 3; 
Mixed Chorus 2, 3. 
Major: English. 



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JUNIORS 



CLASS OF 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Ralph Kennedy Treasurer 

Carl Wheeler President 

Madeline Albritton.. Secretary 
Jack Harris Vice-President 

JUNIOR CLASS MARSHALS 
Kenneth Lamm 
Peggy Ward 



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Rachel Albritton 
Snow Hill 



Jerry Ball 
Charlotte 



Helen Faye Bass 
Newton Grove 



Laverne Batten 
Micro 




Bill Beacham 
Rocky Mount 



Marjorie Blinson 
Clayton 




Thomas E. Bogue 
Fremont 



Cynthia Bradley 
Wilson 





Ted Brown 
Raleigh 



Vernon Bryan 
Goldsboro 



Jimmie Burnette 
Gainesville, Fla. 



Carolyn Cherry 
Mount Olive 








Harriett Corlette 
Southport 



Mamie Davis 
Black Mountain 



Lovia Creech 
Smithfield 



Hughes Dillard 
Wilson 



Roger Lee Creech 
Selma 



Martha Fuller 
Goldsboro 



James Davis 
Wilson 




Mary Eva Gri 
Dudley 



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Dick Gurkin 
Wilson 



Mary Hadge 
Wilson 



Jack Harris 
Aurora 



Sarah Alice Har s 
Grantsboro 






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Ruth Hathaway 
Wilson 



Eleanor Hatsell 
Hubert 



H. C. Hilliard, Jr. 
Hassell 



Shirley House 
Charleston, S. C. 




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Darrell Huffman 
Newport 



Jean Johnson 
Four Oaks 



I. Alton Lamm 
Lucama 



Mary Lou Lee 
Dunn 








Perry Moore 
Ayden 



Vivian Muns 
Aiken, S .C. 



Dennis E. Nichols 
Sims 



Mack J. Owens 
Elm City 



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Eunice Perry 
Bailey 




Aaron L. Rhew 
Wilson 



Rebekah Robbins 
Wilson 






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Libby Rumpli 
Winston-Salen 




Jeanette Sears 
Oceana, Va. 




Margaret Sills 
Wilson 



Bessie Smith 
Scotland Neck 



Rosalynd Stalngs 
Spring Hop 






Fred Stone 
Bailey 



Jo Ann Thomas 
Farmville 



Thomas Thurmond 
Rocky Mount 



Betty Jean T»l 
Richlands 



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Jackie Vicke 
Wendell 



Ralph Wainright 
Stantonsburg 



Patricia Ward 
Wilson 



Vera Weathersby 
Wilson 





Billy Weathersby 
Wilson 



Carl S. Wheeler 
New Bern 



Rachel Whitfield 
Kinston 



Ruby Wiggins 
Fayetteville 




James Winborne, Jr. 
Lucama 



J. C. Winstead, Jr. 
Elm City 



Evelyn Yionoulis 
Wilson 



Richard Ziglar 
Winston-Salem 



SOPHOMORES 



CLASS OF 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 
OFFICERS 

LeRoy Batts President 

Shirley Parker Secretary 

Earl Hughes Treasurer 

Not pictured 

George Littrell 

Vice-President 

SOPHOMORE CLASS 
MARSHALS 

Ernestine Mozingo 
James Matthews 




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Chester Adams 


Sarah Virginia Aiken 


William Aldridge 


Mildred Jean Baker 


Princeton 


Fuquay Springs 


Grantsboro 


Four Oaks 


Ronald Baker 


George Max Barber 


Gloria Bass 


Thomas H. Batchelor 


Kipling 


Selma 


Wilson 


Wilson 


Hilton F. Batts 


LeRoy Batts, Jr. 


Willis Ray Batts 


Decatur T. Beacham 


Wilson 


Kinston 


Rocky Mount 


Arlington, Va. 


Christine Bell 


Vitus Bradshaw 


Nancy Gale Brown 


B. G. Campbell, Jr. 


Kenly 


Clinton 


Colerain 


Greensboro 







Gurney Collins, Jr 
Goldsboro 

Magnolia Duckworth 
Pantego 


Mary Ellen Corbett 
Wilson 

Vilma B. Edmundson 
Pikeville 


Judy Creekmore 
Wilson 

Jack Edwards 
Goldsboro 


Jo Anne Crumplr 
Elm City 

Joan Edwards 
Wilson 




Mary Ann Edwards 
Wilson 

Billy Farmer 
Wilson 


Tim Ellen 
Wilson 

Imogene Finch 
Merry Hill 


Sybil Ellis 
Wilson 

Judith Ann Finch 
Bailey 


Lorraine Evans 
Wilson 

James Earle Ford 
Smithfield 








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Sue Foster 
Selma 

i Dale Gainey 
Goldsboro 



Claude W. Fulghum, Jr. 
Wilson 

Elaine Godwin 
Fayetteville 



Edythe Fuller 
Louisburg 

Ralph Gray 
Kinston 



Charles Futreil 
Lucama 

Douglas Gregg 
Kinston 



Rupert Hamilton 
Wilson 

Wilbur Heath 
Trenton 



James C. Harris 
Raleigh 

Bruce Herndon 
Wendell 



William M. Harris 
Plymouth 

Edward Herring 
Selma 



Richard Hathaway 
Wilson 

Charles Hester 
Greensboro 






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Ann Hollowell 
Goldsboro 

Charles Jones 
Fuquay Springs 



• Earl Hughes 
Grifton 

Joyce Ann Jones 
Varina 



Charles Hutchins 
Winston-Salem 

William Alex Keene 
Princeton 



Robert Jenninj 
Lumberton 

Jessie Kelley 
Wilson 



Pat Langston 
Four Oaks 

Scott McPhail 
Clinton 



Larry Lassiter 
Scotland Neck 

Larry McSwain 
Thomasville 



George Littrell 
Suffolk, Va. 

John Marley 
Franklinville 



Edith Mclntyr 
Godwin 

Betty Massengi 
Four Oaks 








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Jesse Massengill 
Four Oaks 

Crnestine Mozingo 
Kenly 



James Matthews 
Winston-Salem 

Dorothy Newman 
Bolton 



Lois Rae Mills 
Goldsboro 

Dot Oakey 
Wilson 



Dorothy Mozingo 
Goldsboro 

William Owens 
Fountain 



. etty Jean Parker 
Four Oaks 

r etty Britt Perkins 
Pink Hill 



Harrell Parker 
Clinton 

James Pittman 
Smithfield 



Shirley Parker 
Raleigh 

Norman Polk 
Islandton, S. C. 



Arnold Parris 
Stantonsburg 

Tommy Rhodes 
Pink Hill 





Wayland Rhodes 
Raleigh 


Walter Roberson 
Wilson 


Kenneth Rouse 
Kinston 


Pauline Salter 
Oriental 


Charles Shirley 
Wilson 


Jerry Stokes 
Conway 


William Stott 
Sims 


Virginia Tew 
Clinton 


Jessie Thomas 


Kenneth Thomas 


Carolyn Tice 


Barbara Jean Turn 


Beulaville 


Wilson 


Durham 


Wilson 


Seth H. Tyson, Jr. 


Josiah P. Vick 
Nashville 


Charles Waller 
Kinston 


Edward Ward 
Wilson 











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Harold Warren 
Newton Grove 

Jimmy Winders 
Stantonsburg 



Jerry Williams 
Fuquay Springs 

James Wingate 
Avden 



Jimmy Williams' 
Pink Hill 

Sharon Woodard 
Black Creek 



Tommie Williamson 
Raleigh 

Melvin Woodard 
Princeton 




FRESHMEN 




CLASS OF 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 
OFFICERS 

Larry Kluge.... Vice-President 

Molly Moye Secretary 

Judy Lane Treasurer 

David Blackwood.. ..President 



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Sylvia Allsbrook 
Scotland Neck 

William Barnes 
Rocky Mount 



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Dorothy Anderson 
Wilson 

Ann Beamon 
Walstonburg 



Dolly Atkinson 
Clarkton 

Elizabeth Belangia 
Charleston, S. C. 



Annette Barefoot 
Dunn 

Bonnie Rae Bennett 
Freeland 



Donald Lee Bennett 
Edward 

David Blackwood 
Raleigh 



Joe Bennett 
Raleigh 

Mary E. Bradley 
Wilson 



Robert Bennett 
Macclesfield 

Edith Bradshaw 
Clinton 




Glenwood Best 
Mount Olive 

Weldon B. Bradshaw 
Clinton 




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Fulton Brewer 
Clinton 

Carol Brooks 
Wilson 



Jo -Anne Brinkley 
Wilson 

Roney B. Bunn, Jr. 
Kenly 



Mary Lee Brinkley 
Wilson 

Herbert Burgess 
Washington 



William Britt 
Four Oaks 

Kathryn Butt 
Dunn 



Dixie Ann Casey 
Clinton 

Donald Cox 
Kinston 



John Castelloe 
Wilson 

Grace Cox 
Walstonburg 



Gladys Cobb 
Farmville 

Joe Craft 
Pinetops 



Beverly Cousins 
Goldsboro 

Clyde Creech 
La Grange 




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san Creekmore 
Wilson 

loni Darden 
Fayetteville 



Shelba Creech 
Smithfield 

Betty Daugherty 
Varnville, S. C. 



Ollie Cuddington 
Kenly 

Elijah Daughtridge 
Rocky Mount 



Betty V. Cummings 
Macclesfield 

Agnes Davis 
Goldsboro 



.;Bobby Davis 
Middlesex 

Ed W. Deese 
Sharpsburg 



Janet Davis 
Kenly 

Dartha Denning 
Goldsboro 



Thomas Dawson 
Stantonsburg 

Ellen Dennis 
Greensboro 



William Deans 
Wilson 

Walton Dennis 
Raleigh 





Hazel Duvall 
Hickory 


Donald Edwards 
Princeton 


James Edwards 
Princeton 


Kenneth Edwards 
Grifton 


Shirley Edwards 
Princeton 


William B. Edwards, Jr. 
Kenly 


Shelby Ellis 
Fountain 


Barbara Etheridge 
Wilson 


Littlejohn Faulkner, Jr. 
Wilson 


Donald Fisher 
Whitakers 


Raiford Fulghum 
Kenly 


Bobby Gillikin 
Beaufort 


Eunice Godwin 
Kenly 


Willie Godwin 
Elm City 


James Goff 
Williamston 


Charles Gore 
Clinton 






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I Durward Grady 
Wilson 

pseph Hardegree, Jr. 
Columbia, S. C. 



Marilyn Grice 
Wilson 

Lyman Hardy 
La Grange 



Elizabeth Griffin 
Wilson 

Ellie Harrell 
Pinetops 



Catherine Gupton 
Raleigh 

Joseph Herring 
Wilson 



Gerald Hill 
Edward 

Charles Hughes 
Rocky Mount 



William Hinton 
Wilson 

Mary Ingram 
Four Oaks 



Emory Honeyc.utt 
Lucama 

Nancy Jackson 
Nashville 




Charles Horton 
Sharpsburg 

William Jackson 
Grifton 




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Phyllis Johnson 
Smithfield 



Roland Jones 
Snow Hill 



Lawrence Kluge 
Charleston, S. C. 



William Koonce 
Trenton 



Barry Lamm 
Wilson 


James Lamm 
Lucama 


Judy Lane 
Wendell 


Jackie Langley 
Nashville 


Linwood Langley 
Nashville 

William Lee 
Benson 


Ruby Langley 
Fountain 

Peggy Lewis 
Goldsboro 


Betty Lee 
Kinston 

Joe Lilley 
Washington 


Linda Lee 
Arapahoe 

Erick Little 
Wilson 





Charles Lucas 
Wilson 

Nina Millar 
Rich Square 



Shearin McPhail 
Wade 

Abelardo Montano 
Saltillo Coah, Mexico 



Joanne Massengill 
Four Oaks 

Sidney Moore 
Whiteville 



Peggy Matthews 
Wilson 

John Moshides 
Durham 



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Mollie Moye 
Goldsboro 

Celia Noles 
Dunn 



Lorraine Mozingo 
Wilson 

Kaoru Nonaka 
Gifu, Japan 



Peggy Murphy 
Stantonsburg 

Rayito Novas 
Wilson 



Betty Lou Noble 
Kinston 

Carolyn O'Briant 
Durham 





Patrick Owens 
Walstonburg 


Donnie Parker 
Sims 


William Parrish 
Newport News, Va. 


Alice Peacock 
Benson 


Raymond Peedin 
Pikeville 


Carmon Phillips 
Selma 


Zoda Phipps 
Wendell 


Grady Pittman 
Elm City 


Daniel Porter 
Newton Grove 


Henry Powell 
Wilson 


James Quails 
Hollister 


Robert Raybon 
Wendell 


Dorothy Sanders 
Four Oaks 


Robert Shawver 
Bluefield, Va. 


Shirley Simmons 
Goldsboro 


Marian Simon 
Wilson 



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' Durwood Sinclair 
Clinton 

;!dwin H. Spivey, Jr. 
Wilson 



Anne Smith 
Wilson 

Joyce Stevens 
Smithfield 



Daniel Smith 
Goldsboro 

Edd L. Suggs, Jr. 
La Grange 



Mildred Smith 
Goldsboro 

Marian Taylor 
Elm City 



1 Jimmy Temple 
Sims 

Marjorie Trott 
Richlands 



Dona Tew 
Dunn 

Mary Ruth Ulrich 
Baltimore, Md. 



John Thomas 
Carthage 

William Uzzell 
Goldsboro 



Janice Thomason 
Jacksonville 

Durwood Vick 
Wilson 




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Donald Viverette 
Enfield 


Stanley Walker 
Bailey 


Elizabeth Walston 
Elm City 


Emma Jean Waist i 
Stantonsburg 


James Ward 
Williamston 


Jimmy Ward 
Seven Springs 


Carl Weaver 
Four Oaks 


Ann Webb 
Wilson 


Joyce Weeks 
Clinton 


Edna Westbrook 
Four Oaks 


Charles White 
Dover 


Clifton White 
Dover 


Eleanor Whitley 
Wilson 


Julius Whitley 
Stantonsburg 


Helen Wilder 
Knightdale 


Leslie Wilkins 
Wilson 





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'viarion Williams 
Wilson 



Marjorie Williams 
Scotland Neck 



Tommy Willis 
Beaufort 



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John D. Wooten, Jr. 
Wilson 






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SPORTS 





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JACK McCOMAS, Head Coach of the 
Atlantic Christian College Bulldogs and 
Director of Physical Education, hails 
from Shelbyville, Indiana. He gradu- 
ated from North Carolina State College 
in Raleigh, North Carolina. While at 
N. C. State, he played both guard and 
forward on the State Wolfpack basket- 
ball team and made All-Southern Con- 
ference his sophomore year. He has also 
played professional baseball in Denver, 
Raleigh, and Wilson. 

This year Coach McComas led the 
Bulldogs to the North State Conference 
Championship and on to become the 
NAIA District 26 Champions. Under 
his able leadership, his persevering 
spirit, and his devotion to good sports- 
manship, the Bulldogs have given A.C. 
and the city of Wilson its greatest year 
in sports. 



JIM HEBBE, who also hails from 
Shelbyville, Indiana, is Assistant Var- 
sity Coach and Head Coach of the 
Junior Varsity Basketball team. He 
graduated from Shelbyville High School 
where he was awarded the Paul Cross 
Award in basketball as the outstanding 
player. Jim is a senior at A.C. and has 
played three years of basketball under 
Coach McComas. He gave up his last 
year of eligibility to coach J. V. ball. 
He also helps coach the baseball team. 
Jim is married and plans to make his 
home in the South. 



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MR. ED CLOYD, a native of Raleigh, 
North Carolina, is Head of the Depart- 
ment of Physical Education. He gradu- 
ated from Davidson College where he 
was a member of the tennis team, did 
graduate work at North Carolina State, 
and later received his Masters Degree 
from the University of North Carolina. 
He also served with the U. S. Army for 
two years as a physical training officer 
at Fort Bragg. Mr. Cloyd has recently 
formed the L.M. & S.B. Club for Phys- 
ical Education majors and minors and 
serves as coach of the A.C. tennis team. 




MISS TOMLINSON is Head of the 
Women's Department of Physical Edu- 
cation and Assistant Dean of Women. 
A native of Black Creek, N. C, she 
graduated from Appalachian and re- 
ceived her M.A. Degree from Peabody 
College. Miss "T" played semi-profes- 
sional basketball and amateur softball 
for Winston-Salem. Before coming to 
A.C. she taught Social Studies and 
Physical Education in the Bailey High 
School and has served as Director of 
Playgrounds for the Wilson Recreation 
Department. Since Miss Tomlinson 
came to A.C. in 1951, the Women's 
Athletic Association has represented 
A.C. in college play days. 




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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



Judy Creekmore Treasurer 

Margie Blinson Secretary 

Ernestine Mozingo Reporter 

Betsy Everette President 

Rachel Whitfield Vice-President 

Not pictured 
Miss Rebecca Tomlinson Sponsor 




The Women's Athletic Association sponsors a 
well-rounded sports program for the women of 
Atlantic Christian College. The intramural pro- 
gram is carried on throughout the year offering 
such sports' activity as volleyball, basketball, 
badminton, ping-pong, and softball. Members 
of the WA.A. officiate at these various games. 
The W.A.A. also sponsors teams which compete 
at various colleges in play days. A point system 
is set up whereby a girl may earn her numerals, 
A. C. letter, stars, and a medal. A trophy is 
presented each year by the association to the 
outstanding woman athlete. 





Bill Price 
Director o/ Men's Intramurals 



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INTRAM 




1. Caldwell Hall 

Football Champions 

2. Sigma Alpha 

Volleyball and Basketball Champions 

3. Doug Gregg 

Ping Pong Singles Champion 

4. Chuck Hester 

Badminton Singles Champion 



Micky Raynor and Joyce Jones 
Directors of Women's Intramurals 



URALS 



5. Phi Sigma Tau 

Volleyball Champions 

6. Termites 

Basketball Champions 

7. Judy Creekmore 

Badminton Singles Champion 

8. Betsy Everette and Shirley House 

Badminton Doubles Champions 





STUDENT ASSISTANTS 



Bill Price, Senior from Shelby- 
ville. Ind. 



Joyce Jones, Sophomore from 
Varina, N. C; Micky Raynor, 
Wilson, N. C; Shirley House, 
Junior from Charleston, S. C. 




CHEERLEADERS 




Libby Griffin 
Marian Taylor 
Helen Faye Todd 
Sue Foster 
Jean Vaughan 
Ellie Ruth Harrell 
Cynthia Bradley 
Tommie Williamson, Head 

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JUNIOR VARSITY 
BASKETBALL 




The "Bull Pups" came through a very tough schedule 
with the good record of ten victories and three defeats. 
The team tangled with such opponents as the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina Freshmen, Chowan, Edwards 
Military Institute, and East Carolina Freshmen. Ronald 
Baker and Nicky Lazzo served as co-captains of the 
team, and Doug Gregg was high scorer for the "Bull 
Pups." 

Pictured above are: First row: Nicky Lazzo; Raeford 
Fulghum; Bill Price; Joe Bennett, Manager. 

Second row: Larry Lassiter; Pete Tyson; Jimmy Wil- 
liams; Ronald Baker; Kenneth Edwards. 

Third row: Kenneth Fulghum; Jack Harris; Doug Gregg; 
Earl Hughes; Coach Jim Hebbe. 



High Scorer Doug Gregg talks 
things over with Bill Price, 
Ronald Baker, and Jack Harris! 



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VARSITY BASKETBALL 



Co-Captains Ronald Per- 
cise and Jerry Williams. 




At the start of the 1954-55 basketball season the cry 
was "Take the North State Tournament and then on to 
Kansas City." As the season rolled on the Bulldogs built 
up momentum and made this cry a reality. Racking up 
16 conference wins against 3 losses, the Bulldogs came in 
second to Lenoir Rhyne in conference standings and came 
out on top by winning over Lenoir Rhyne in the finals. 
The Bulldogs went on to again win over East Carolina 
and Lenoir Rhyne to become the Champions of District 26 
gaining the opportunity of representing North and South 
Carolina in the NAIA Tournament in Kansas City. In 
Kansas City the McComasmen downed the powerful 
Evansville team in their first game, losing in the second 
to Arkansas Tech. 

Their inspiring victories in Lexington and Kansas City 
prove the Bulldog mentors to be a wonderful crop of 
men. Their accomplishments have given their fellow stu- 
dents and Wilsonians a wonderful year in sports history. 
We're mighty proud of the Atlantic Christian College 
Bulldogs and will greatly miss Seniors Jim Peebles and 
Ronald Percise. 



Jerry Williams 

Forward 

Junior 



John Marley 
Center 
Sophomore 




ACTION! 



A.C.C. 



OPPONENT 



104 Lynchburg 71 

79 Presbyterian 89 

83 Erskine 89 

104 High Point 97 

82 Western Carolina 69 

81 Lenoir Rhyne 64 

98 Catawba 63 

84 Erskine 76 

85 Appalachian 70 

74 Belmont Abbey 81 

102 Presbyterian' 89 

93 Guilford 68 

88 Elon 68 

93 Belmont Abbey 92 

88 Western Carolina 52 

89 High Point 75 

77. East Carolina .. 82 

107 Guilford 95 

98 Lenoir Rhyne 109 

97 Appalachian 105 

88 Elon 75 

100 Catawba 65 

93 East Carolina..... 88 





A. C. C. vs. Catawba 
98-63 

Wilson 



Billy Widgeon 

Guard 

Sophomore 



Bill Beacham 
Center 
Junior 



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A. C. C. vs. Erskine 

83-89 

Erskine 





A. C. C. vs. Guilford 

93-68 

Wilson 



Billy Tomlinson 

Guard 

Sophomore 



Ronald Percise 
Guard 
Senior 



Jim Peebles 

Forward 

Senior 



Kim Buchanan 

Forward 

Sophomore 




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Charles Hester 


Doug Gregg 


Nicky Lazzo 


Forward 


Guard 


Guard 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 



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A. C. C. vs. High Point 

89-75 

Wilson 



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Jack Aheron 


Ronald Baker 


Charles Hutchins 


Guard 


Gimrd 


Forward 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 


Sophomore 




A. C. C. vs. East Carolina 

93-88 

Wilson 



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NORTH STATE CONFERENCE 
TOURNAMENT 



The Bulldogs, second in conference standings, went through the North 
State Conference Tournament at Lexington with flying colors. Paced 
by Billy Widgeon and John Marley, they won over Catawba in the first 
game 83 to 62. Against High Point in the second round, McComas and 
his men came out on top 82 to 69 after a hard fought first half. Saturday 
night saw Atlantic Christian trounce Lenoir Rhyne 108 to 85 to claim 
the title of North 'State Conference Champions. The Bulldogs also set a new 
tournament scoring record in that game with their 108 points and estab- 
lished a new North State Conference free throw record by sinking 54 
of 60 chances against the Bears. Other honors gained at the tournament 
were: Billy Widgeon, sophomore guard from Newport, was named "Most 
Valuable Player" in the tournament, Widgeon and John Marley were placed 
on the fiist All-Tournament team, Jerry Williams on the second team, and 
Kim Buchanan and Ronald Per'cise received honorable mention. Thus goes 
the story of the North State Tournament with the A. C. Bulldogs as the 
star players. 




A. C. C. vs. Catawba 
83-62 



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A. C. C. HIGH 


POINT 








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PEEBLES 








1 





WILLIAMS 


7 


4 


4 


18 


BUCHANAN 


10 


2 


4 


22 


MARLEY 


6 


4 


2 


16 


BEACHAM 














PERCISE 


1 


2 


3 


4 


TOMLINSON 


3 


4 





10 


WIDGEON 


4 


4 


2 


12 


Totals 


31 


20 


16 


82 


HIGH POINT 


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Pf 


tp 


CRUMP 


3 





1 


6 


DUNBAR 


3 





1 


6 


PAYNE 





2 





2 


CROKETT 








1 





STANTON 


1 





2 


2 


POWELL 


8 


3 


1 


19 


BLEDSOE 


5 


3 


3 


13 


HUEGELE 


1 


1 


1 


3 


FRAZIER 


2 


1 


1 


5 


DAVIDSON 


5 


1 


4 


11 


DIXON 


1 





1 


2 


PHARR 














Totals 


29 


11 


16 


69 



HIGH POINT— 69 





A. C. C. vs. Lenoir Rhyne 
108-85 



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The student body as well as the townspeople of Wilson 
were mighty proud of the Atlantic Christian Bulldogs 
and their triumphs at Lexington. The team was welcomed 
on its return from the tournament by a large crowd of 
students and citizens and was presented a blue and white 
wreath of flowers in the shape of a horseshoe. 

Above are pictured members of the team, Coach Mc- 
Comas with the Championship trophy, and "Rooster" 
Davis holding the wreath. Below are pictured: Coach 
McComas as he receives his trophy; "the cutting of the 
basket," a familiar sight as the Bulldogs marched on to 
Kansas City; and Billy Widgeon as he receives his "Most 
Valuable Player" trophy. 




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At the first pep rally Mr. Sharp said, "This is the first step on 
the way to Kansas City!" How right he was and how proud we 
were that the Atlantic Christian College Bulldogs could "go west." 
» Accompanying the team to Kansas City was a six piece student band 
s that played so loud that the sports broadcaster of the games said 
-^ they sounded like a one hundred and six piece orchestra. . Many 
thanks are due to Radio Station WVOT which carried broadcasts 
of all the A. C. C. games in the NAIA Tournament. Also Joe 
Stewart of Kansas City did a splendid job as broadcaster of the 
games making the "radio-listening" folks in Wilson feel he should 
have been an A. C. alumnus. George Mikan, "Mr. Basketball" 
himself, on Monday night before the Evansville game gave the 
Bulldogs a pep talk. The next day the Bulldogs won over Evans- 
ville, one of the top-ranking teams in the 32-field tourney, by a 
score of 95 to 88. In the next game the Bulldogs were eliminated 
by the Wonder Boys of Arkansas Tech 93 to 74. 

We are proud of the outstanding record the Bulldogs have made 
in this 1954-55 basketball season. They have done a wonderful 
job in a wonderful way for the college and city. We are proud 
too of the many student, faculty, and citizen fans who gave their 
good wishes, luck, and support to the team. It's been a wonderful 
i year and one that will be a welcomed remembrance in years to 
come. 




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1. Pitchers: Ken Fulghum; John 

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2. First base: Jack Harris; 

Charles Hutchins. 

3. Second base: John Kernodle. 
Shortstop: Ronald Percise. 

4. Outfielders: Kelly Byrum; 

James Davis; Jerry Wil- 
liams; Ralph Gray; Scott 
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1954 



The campus of Atlantic Christian Col- 
lege was filled with the hustle and bustle 
of students and alumni the weekend of 
November 19, 1954. The Homecoming 
festivities got underway with a parade 
on Friday afternoon when the college 
band, several visting bands, and eleven 
floats formed the procession marching 
down Nash Street. A basketball game with 
the Lynchburg Hornets (which we won!) 
was played Friday night with the Home- 
coming Queen crowned at half-time. 

On Saturday a College Program in 
Howard Chapel was presented to the visit- 
ing alumni which was followed by a 
luncheon in the Bert Hardy Dining Hall. 
A business session of the alumni and a 
tour of the campus was held in the after- 
noon. The annual Homecoming Ball held 
Saturday night climaxed the day's activ- 
ities. Homecoming was concluded by 
church services at the First Christian 
Church on Sunday morning. 




Homecoming Queen, Miss Judy Lane 



Queen's Float 




PINE KNOT 



QUEEN 



Mollie Hester 
Sponsored by Pine Knot 



Each year the staff of the Pine Knot sponsors a 
contest to select a Pine Knot QUEEN. Judges of 
the contest this year were Mayor John Wilson, City 
Manager Talmadge Green, and Former Mayor Little- 
john Faulkner, all of Wilson. 

These judges selected Miss Mollie Hester, a Senior 
from Greenville, to reign as Pine Knot QUEEN. 
Miss Hester was crowned queen at the annual Atlantic 
Christian College Chrismas Dance. Her Attendant 
was Mrs. Annie Morris Kennedy, a Sophomore from 
Goldsboro. 



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Seated, Mayor John Wilson 

Standing, Talmadge Green and 

Littlejohn Faulkner 





Annie Morris Kennedy 

Attendant 

Sponsored by Sophomore Class 



Jeanie McLawhon 
Sponsored by Senior Class 



Cynthia Bradley 
Sponsored by Junior Class 




Pat White 
Sponsored by Science Club 



Marjorie Trott 
Sponsored by S. C. A. 



Callie Proctor 
Sponsored by W. A. A. 




NATION OF QUEEN 




CHRISTMAS DANCE 




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TOP HAT 
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VALENTINE 
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MEDITATIONS 



As we sit here on our clouds medi- 
tating about the past few months, we 
suddenly realize how much we are in- 
debted to many persons on the A. C. 
campus. Much work and time has been 
expended by them toward the publish- 
ing of this year's Pine Knot. As our 
meditation continues we resolve upon 
the following bequests: 

1. To Barry Lamm our photographer, 
who has tramped the A. C. campus in 
the hope of snapping outstanding shots 
of students and their activities, we leave 
a new pair of legs, a larger developing 
room, and forty-six hours in the day. 

2. To Mr. Arnold our editorial advisor, 
we leave four boxes of cigars which 
now that the Pine Knot has been pub- 
lished he will be able to smoke. It seems 
that prior to publication he was forever 
holding a cigar in his hand so as to 
leave his mouth free for answering Pine 
Knot questions. 

3. To Dr. Hartsock our business ad- 



visor, we wish to leave six cartons of cigarettes. (This number of smoking matter being 
larger than Arnold's due to the fact that cigarettes are smaller than cigars, and we want 
to treat them both fairly.) May she smoke each one to the tune of "Money Is the Root of 
All Evil." 

Now that we have supplied our advisors with refreshment, we leave them the hope 
of finding a quiet and peaceful hiding place where no editor or business manager can 
find them. 

4. To Major Smith and Joseph Phelps of Edwards and Broughton, our printers, we 
leave a deadline (in return for the one that we didn't meet) with a leeway of two years. 

5. To the editorial staff we leave in hand pen and paper. What they do with them 
is their own business. 

6. To the business staff we leave a new pair of shoes, a car, and a box of counterfeit 
money. 

7. To next year's editor and business manager we leave a gun so they might shoot 
themselves before the misery starts. 

8. To the many students and faculty members who have co-operated so wonderfully we 
leave our sincere thanks. (We've spent all our money on the above.) 

9. And to Atlantic Christian College we leave this, the 1955 Pine Knot, in the hope 
that it will be a credit to you. 



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Russell Arnold 
Editorial Advisor 



Dr. Mildred E. Hartsock 
Business Advisor 



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305 V> East Nash Street 



WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



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Salem-Cunningham, Inc. 

PAINT - WALLPAPER - HOBBIES 

Contractors - Interior - Exterior 

Member: Painting, Decorating 

Contractors of America 



306 E. Nash Street 



Phone 2168 



Compliments of 

LEE'S FOOD STORE 

"A big bag full for less" 

129 Pedegrew Street 
WILSON, N. C. 



The 



Jewel Box, Inc. 

Your Friendly Jeweler 

209 E. Nash Street 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 

Guaranteed Watch Repair 



Compliments of 

THE CREAMERY 

Famous for Milkshakes 
and Beefy-Burgers 



Compliments of 



HUNT FUNERAL HOME 



WILSON 



STANTONSBURG 




CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1954 

NATIONAL BANK OF WILSON 



WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 






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Special Agent 

New York Life 
Insurance Company 

PHONE 6189 
P. O. Box 348 

Wilson, North Carolina 



THOMAS-YELVERTON 
COMPANY 



BETTER 
FURNITURE 



Phone 3121 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



Wilson Drug Company 

"The Old Reliable" 

SINCE 1888 



114 S. Tarboro Street 
Wilson, North Carolina 



WILSON ELECTRIC CO. # INC. 

WESTINGHOUSE TELEVISION 
RANGES, REFRIGERATORS, ETC. 

Sales and Service 

PHONE 3960 
700 South Tarboro Street 



FOR COMPLETE 

COVERAGE OF SPORTS AND OTHER COLLEGE 

ACTIVITIES — READ 

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It regularly goes into more than 10,000 homes in Wilson's trading territory 



Students Always Welcomed at . . . 



BRUCE'S HOT DOG STAND 



901 S. Goldsboro Street 



PHONE 2508 




JAMES C. DEMPSEY, JR., INC. 



PHONE 70161 



For the Best Dry Cleaning 
and Laundry 



Compliments of 

THE BOOK NOOK 

LISABETH'S 

FARRIS DEPARTMENT STORE 

MOTHER-HUBBARD 

JUNIOR TEEN SHOP 

GRICE'S FEED STORE 


Compliments 
of 

EXCLUSIVE CLEANERS 




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COMPANY 


LINVILLE'S, INC., Wil 


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Compliments of 

C. WOODARD AND 
COMPANY 


Compliments 
of 

STALLING'S PRINTERS 

• 

WILSON, N. C. 


MORRISON DRUG STORE 

"Complete Drug Service" 

206 E. Nash Street 
DIAL 3136 


Compliments of 

COBB MOSS and SON 

134 South Tarboro Street 

Known for Quality 

Phone 5772 



JEFFERSON APPLIANCE CO. 




METERED ROTTEED GAS 
SAEES & SERVICE 

Ranges — Water Heaters 

TELEPHONES 
Day IMght 

4181 2267 

102 E. BARNES ST. 



Eastern Auto Supply Co. 

Auto Parts b Accessories- 

Expert Engine Rebuilding 

123 S. Tarboro Street 



Compliments of 



QUALITY BAKERY 

117 South Goldsboro Street 
Wilson, N. C. 




BARRETT'S 
PRINTING HOUSE 

Wedding Invitations 
and 

Announcements 

DIAL 2820 
Wilson, North Carolina 



For 

GOODness' Sake! 




"The Mello Fellow" 
Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. 




PURITY BAKERY, INC 

418 East Nash Street 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



MOTHER AND DAUGHTER FASHIONS 



101-103 Nash Street 



Wilson, North Carolina 



M b J RESTAURANT 

"Nothing But the Best" 

AIR CONDITION 

Good Food for Good Health 
Wilson, North Carolina 



CARTER'S, INC. 

Wilson's Largest Credit 
Jewelers 



102 W. Nash Street 



Phone 6203 



WILSON FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

125-127 S. Goldsboro Street 
Telephone 3035 

Furniture 

Wilson, N. C. 



BRIDGER'S PAINT & 
WALLPAPER COMPANY 

Artists Brushes, Paints 
and Supplies 

125 S. Tarboro Street 
PHONE 4428 



CAROLINA LAUNDRY & CLEANERS, INC. 

SANITONE DRY CLEANING 

GARMENT STORAGE -:- RUG CLEANING 
Wilson, North Carolina 

HACKNEY SEAT COVER CENTER 

HOWARD ZINE SEAT COVERS 



DRIVE IN SERVICE 
216 S. Goldsboro Street 



PHONE 2341 



Maytag - Hoover - Zenith - Hotpoint 

Dick's Electrical Co. 

Contracting - Sales - Service 

307 East Nash Street 

Wilson, North Carolina 

DIAL 7-0118 

Night Service 5247 - 5083 - 4763 - 4759 - 7-1273 




OETTINGER'S 



Men's Store 



Department Store 



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3 Stores in Eastern North Carolina 
WILSON AND GREENVILLE 



WHEELER'S ESSO STATION 

NASH AND PENDER STS. -:- OPEN 24 HOURS 
Tel. 4115 - 9616 :: ROAD SERVICE :: 7:00 A.M. - 11:00 P.M. 



HILLSIDE FLORIST 

Ernest T. Barnes, Owner 

Flowers for Your Occasion 

Decorators for Wedding and Receptions 

809 Park Avenue 

Wilson, North Carolina 

Telephone 4337 



SHIK'S RECREATION 
PARLOR 

133 S. Tarboro Street 

Always Courteous 
and Friendly 



its TWEETIE'S 

For 
Food 
Drinks 
Music 
Fun 

and FREE 
. Water 

Napkins 
Toothpicks 
Conversation 
Advice 





Complete banking, insurance, trust and 
farm management service for Eastern 
North Carolina. 

BRANCH BANKING & TRUST CO. 



"The 


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SELMA 


FREMONT 


WARSAW 


TRENTON 


KINSTON 


PLYMOUTH 


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NEW BERN 


PIKEVILLE 


GOLDSBORO 


FAYETTEVILLE 


WILLIAMSTON 


NORTH CAROLINA 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 




Compliments of 

BRUCE LAMM 

Where Young Men 
Like to Trade 

Wilson, N. C. 



When Better Automobiles 

Are Built 
Buick Will Build Them 



Corbett Motor Co. 

Buick Authorized Sales & Service 




MILLWORK 
COMPANY 



Woodwork of Distinction 



Wilson, N. C. 



Phone 7-1141 



PARKER'S BARBECUE 

2 Miles South on Hwy. 301 
Wilson, N. C. 



SPECIAL DINING ROOM 
FOR PARTIES 

Serve Anywhere 
For Any Number 



WILLIAMS LUMBER 
COMPANY 



We Sell Everything 
To Build Anything 



Congratulations, Seniors 
from 

BELK-TYLERS 



Wilson's Shopping Center 




Compliments of 

HENRY'S MEN SHOP 

118 S. Goldsboro Street 
Wilson, North Carolina 



Sil 



venvare 



Chinaware 



CHURCHWELL'S 
Inc. 

JEWELERS 

Certified Gemologist 

Registered Jewelers 

American Gem Society 



Watches 



Jewelry 




GROWERS 

CO-OPERATIVE 

WAREHOUSE, INC. 

For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco 



P. O. Box 247 Telephone 5097 

WILSON, N. C. 



'We Pay Patronage Dividends' 



Compliments of 



Barnes Motor & Parts Co. 



WILSON 



RALEIGH 



WALTER S. HINES 
BARBER SHOP 



208 East Nash Street 
Wilson, N. C. 



The College Girl's Shop 

BARSHAY'S 

LADIES' SHOP 

Apparel That Appeals 
Wilson, N. C. 





BLAIR'S -REX 
Roblee Shoes Shoe Repairing 

For Men and Boys 



105 South Goldsboro Street 



Sheet Metal Works Paints All Kinds Roofing and Supplies Tobacco Flues 

Daniel Roofing Supplies, Inc. 



121 S. DOUGLAS STREET 

Wilson; North Carolina 



DIAL 2346 



Shop With Confidence at 

LEDER BROS. DEPARTMENT STORE 

and Wear With Pride 



CLIFFS DRIVE IN 



'You Toot — 

We Tote' 



Sandwiches, Drinks, Milkshakes 
SPECIAL— Hamburger Steak 

QUICK CURB SERVICE 



900 S. Goldsboro Street 



Phone 5751 



EASTERN 
MOTOR SALES, INC. 

For Economical 
Transportation 



CHEVROLET 




210-214 East Green Street 

Wilson, North Carolina 

PHONE 70138 



R. E. QUINN 

of 
WILSON 

Fine Furniture 



T. B. Ward J. W. Benson 

CAROLINA BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY 

BUILDING MATERIAL, LUMBER, COAL, PAINT 
Wilson, N. C. 



Telephones 70122 and 3411 



P. O. Box 1424 



FAIRVIEW PHARMACY 

THE REXALL STORE 

Reasonable and Reliable 
Telephone 5063 at Five Points 



You II Be Happier with a Ford 

Car or Truck 
from 

Tobacco City Motors, Inc. 



Wilson, N. C. 



Phone 70193 



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Compliments of 



FRANK LONDON 



105 S. TARBORO STREET 



PHONE 3436 




Moss & Company, Inc. 

MEN'S AND BOYS' STORE 

Corner Barnes and Tarboro Streets 
Wilson, N. C. 



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